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The Navy is about to place a major bet on the future of U.S. air power.
With the recent revelation that the Department of Justice under the Obama administration secretly obtained phone records for Associated Press journalists -- and previous subpoenas by the Bush administration targeting the Washington Post and New York Times -- it is...
From torture allegations to dead U.S. soldiers, it's been a brutal few days in Afghanistan. But to the admiral in charge of America's special operation forces, things are going rather well there.
For the first time ever, the Navy launched a drone off an aircraft carrier at sea today. It just didn't land on the carrier, a much harder task.
Officially, Ryan Christopher Fogle worked as a junior diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow. According to Moscow, he was a spy working for the CIA. If so, he screwed up bad.
The defense secretary who screwed up Iraq and Afghanistan has some advice for you. Some of it is good!
It's unclear what exactly Zakaria Kandahari's relationship with U.S. Special Forces is, but the Afghans claim to have a video showing him torturing civilians.
The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP, has always been a combination of big science, high sleaze, and pure conspiratorial strangeness. Somehow, it just got sleazier and stranger.
American pilots can breathe easier. Russia isn't going to sell Syria the advanced S-300 air defense missile. Not that the Air Force wants to strike Syria, but still.
A pair of blurry images could be evidence of China's first jet-powered killer drone.
Privacy activists are battling to stop Western surveillance technology from filtering out to oppressive regimes. But Russia is also hard at work developing all sorts of surveillance tools and selling them to the West.
The terrorism soap opera and nail-biter series Homeland may have ended on a cliffhanger in season two. Now the show's casting agents have put out the call for extras, and have changed it up.
The Army says Afghan poppies -- the source of much of the world's heroin -- can be a "source of stability" for the war-ravaged country.
A four-man Special Operations team in Tripoli ahead of last September's deadly Benghazi attack couldn't have saved U.S. diplomats, the Pentagon says.
The Pentagon's electromagnetic pain rays are about to make a new buddy. In the form of an anthropomorphic test dummy that's gonna get blasted by everything the Pentagon's non-lethal weapons agency can throw at it.
An Air Force brochure on sexual assault acquired by Danger Room advises potential victims not to fight off their attackers.
Israel may have attacked targets in Syria -- and risked a wider war -- to stop ballistic missiles from falling into the wrong hands. But the Israelis insist they can shoot the Fateh-110 missiles out of the sky.
Seven new weapons stand out in the Pentagon's annual report on the Chinese military.
The officer in charge of running the Air Force's sexual-assault prevention and response division was just arrested on sexual-assault charges himself.
The Pentagon says it doesn't have evidence linking the Syrian regime to the recent sarin gas attack. But it also says it believes dictator Bashar Assad still has control of his deadly chem arsenal.